Definitions

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  • adjective That cannot be seized or grasped.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ seizable

Examples

  • The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.

    'Alice': Half a Wonderland

  • The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.

    'Alice': Half a Wonderland

  • The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.

    'Alice': Half a Wonderland

  • The unseizable essence of the two books isn't pictures at all, the Tenniel illustrations notwithstanding.

    'Alice': Half a Wonderland

  • The Fascist loves his neighbor, but the word neighbor does not stand for some vague and unseizable conception.

    Things One Should Not Forget « Whatever

  • There is a sort of moral climate in a household, an impalpable, unseizable, indefinable set of influences, which predispose the inmates to industry and self-control, or else relax fibre and slacken purpose.

    Voltaire

  • It is thus that we live, they say, driven by an unseizable force.

    Jacob's Room

  • A stranger, seeing them together, would have noticed an unseizable resemblance between these second cousins of the third generations of Forsytes; the same bone formation in face, though

    In Chancery

  • Into his life, out of his life she had walked like that swaying and erect, remote, unseizable; ever eluding the contact of his soul!

    In Chancery

  • This, they say, is what we live by — this unseizable force.

    Jacob's Room

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